Wibbly Wobbly may have taken a break but we are BACK babes. We bring you this short episode and rather rambling episode (which if it’s your first this probably isn’t the most demonstrative of our style tbh) to talk a bit about why we haven’t been around and are slightly rusty and what we plan to do next. Above all else know that we support SAG-AFTRA whole-heartedly and plan to stay away from struck work— including our beloved Doctor Who— until we get a fair deal. Our next episode will actually be a foray into one of our favorite tangent topics— Greek Mythology! So stay tuned because we don’t plan to quit any time soon, just staying away from our usual main topic right now.
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Something wicked this way comes… at long last it’s time for The Shakespeare Code! You have waited long enough, and here we have it for you. Patrons got the episode a couple days early, but the public release is here, on the sixteen-year anniversary of the episode! Joining us on the episode is a very special guest, Skye of the Queer Archive! Together we discuss how the episode handles the legacy of Shakespeare and its historical setting, its problems with racism and transphobia, the relationship between Martha and Ten, and touch on ways that later eras of Doctor Who do things differently.
This post is Talia’s reaction to the newest episode of Doctor Who, “Flux Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse”
Doctor Who came back in all of its Wibbly Wobbly glory on Halloween and I could not be more excited. Overall my thoughts on the episode are very positive, though there are definitely things that could have been better.
Doctor Who has come a long way since 2005. A large part of getting to where you are is remembering where you have been, which was one of the main reasons why Lucia and I wanted to start this podcast at what is (for many people) the beginning of their experience with Doctor Who.